Manhattan strip club suing Dr. Zyad Younan, of Holmdel, over $135K bill

A New Jersey cardiologist is being sued by a popular New York City strip club for refusing to pay a $135,000 tab that he racked

Scores says the doctor is disputing the charges.

Scores says the doctor is disputing the charges.

EDISON - A New Jersey cardiologist is being sued by a popular New York City strip club for refusing to pay a $135,000 tab that he racked up at the club, according to a New York Daily News report.

According to a lawsuit filed Tuesday, 41-year-old Dr. Zyad Younan, of Holmdel, went to Scores New York four times over a 10-day period in November, racking up $135,305 in charges, the report said. Younan reportedly paid for the visits with his corporate American Express card and later disputed the charges when the bill arrived.

According to the lawsuit, Younan contested the charges claiming he was "drugged" by Scores' employees and did not authorize the charges. He also claimed that he wasn’t at the club on some of the days the club said he was there, the lawsuit said.

Scores told the newspaper they had Younan on video on all four dates.

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